Raffel Tickets Prizes and clothes donated by Coronation Street stars raised more than £2,000 for The Madison Allan Appeal on 9th October 2010.
Mitchells Scaffolding workers, helped out providing security in the shape of black tie and tuxedo-clad, they also helped out selling raffel tickets raising money at the event.
Actress Shobna Gulati, who plays Sunita Alahan in the ITV soap, collected dresses, tops and accessories from fellow Corrie cast members and sold them at a stall in Darwen Market.
Madison, six, of Lordís Crescent, Lower Darwen, needs money to pay for treatment outside the UK for her rare form of cancer, neuroblastoma.
An appeal to pay for last-chance treatment has so far raised £62,000, but more is needed.
Shobna, who has been a friend of Madison since she was first diagnosed with stomach cancer aged 10 months, sold hundreds of her own items.
Shobna said: "Maddi needs these vital funds to continue her life saving treatment. She is a very brave girl who deserves a chance at life back home with her family in Darwen."
Customers were treated to five-minute celebrity style consultations from glamour guru Armand Beasley, who has worked on Gok Wanís How To Look Good Naked.
And the day ended with a raffle of Coronation Street 50th anniversary memorabilia, including Stan and Hilda's flying ducks and limited edition prints of Deidre behind bars.
The Madison Allan Appeal.